- Zodwa Wabantu had a rough childhood, and wants to avoid that for her son
- She has plans to get him a car when he turns 18 and says people can say what they like
- She's encouraging her son to think for himself and not allow others to decide for him
Zodwa Wabantu only wants the best for her son. In an interview on Afternoon Express Wednesday, the socialite and dancer said she had a hard upbringing.
The outspoken entertainer said she doesn't want her son, Vuyo, to experience the life she had, and she wants to provide for him so he can live his life not worrying about what other people think.
One of the plans she has for her son is to get him a car by the time he reaches 18 years, Briefly.co.za learned.
"I will buy him a car at 18 and it’s up to him if he wants to open the window and listen to what people are saying or roll up that window up and move along,” she said.
Zodwa explained that she started off attending parties at Shisa Nyama's, which made people notice her and start talking about her.
She added that she never wants to be seen as someone who made it big, and then changed or forgot her roots.
Zodwa thanked DJ Tira for helping her build a solid brand for herself.
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